Poetry Breakfast

Poetry Breakfast

Love ~ what will survive of us   Poetry Breakfast ~ at home Paul Henry is our special guest this month. Paul has chosen the theme of Love, and the title: “What will survive of us …” from the famous last line of Philip Larkin’s An Arundel Tomb.  Most of the...
Christmas Poetry

Christmas Poetry

christmas poetry… December 22nd 2020 on Zoom! Here are the poems we read . . . A David Jones Annunciation by David Scott from Beyond the Drift: New & Selected Poems, Bloodaxe Books, 2014, read by Anna Dreda  The Journey of the Magi by T.S. Eliot from...
Poetry Breakfast

Poetry Breakfast

the year’s midnight Poetry Breakfast ~ at home Welcome to Poetry Breakfast ~ still at home, but possibly heading to some socially distanced, cautious time with some of our loved ones? I hope so. Today is sunny and frosty ~ dare I say that I’m longing for...
Poetry Breakfast

Poetry Breakfast

I remember, I remember … Poetry Breakfast ~ at home Welcome to Poetry Breakfast ~ at home. The first of these on-line Poetry Breakfasts was back on 18th March – days before the country first went into Lockdown. Our theme was Daffodils – and you can...
Poetry Breakfast

Poetry Breakfast

apples, bricks &  other people’s poems   Poetry Breakfast ~ at home Welcome to Poetry Breakfast ~ still at home! I’m writing this with the kitchen fire lit and the wind and rain against the windows. It feels like it might be a long winter, for all...
Poetry Breakfast

Poetry Breakfast

taking off billy collins’s clothes Poetry Breakfast ~ at home Welcome back to Poetry Breakfast ~ at home!  I’ve had a lovely month off, spending lots of poetry time with my grand-children, and eventually getting up to the Western Isles and enjoying a...